Analyzing the countries most visited in recent years and that have been particularly successful in various sectors, including real estate, we decided to dwell on a state considered among the first in the world for innovation and dissemination of new ICT (information and communication technologies). For this reason, it has been defined as E-stonia.
Bordering Latvia and Russia and bathed by the Baltic Sea, this country is divided into 15 provinces, cradles of many tourist destinations. A land to be discovered, with a musical culture famous throughout the world. So, if you too are interested in learning more about this particular country, or want to buy a property in Estonia to move and change your life once and for all, you just have to get comfortable.
Why? We at Realigro have collected all the important information to allow future tourists or Estonian citizens to travel in peace but above all, to be able to turn the page and make advantageous a hypothetical transfer to this country. So, we just have to start!
Estonia is undoubtedly known throughout the world for its beautiful pristine landscapes, almost magical, medieval architecture and for its beating economic heart that has allowed it, in recent years, to achieve great results in every area.
Once detached from the Soviet Union in 1991, this country has experienced a crazy surge especially in the field of hi-tech and real estate. The latter gives Estonia the title of highly modern country, because the presence of different ethnic groups, attracted by the liveliness of the nation, has ensured continuous coverage for contracts of sale but, at the same time, an exchange of different cultures that have further stimulated the country.
If we talk about the Estonian way of life, we can not fail to mention the free time. There is an embarrassment of choice regarding the activities that can be practiced during breaks from work or on holidays. There are many areas dedicated to it, always crowded with fans of canoeing, hiking, sailing, cycling.
For those who want to invest in Estonia and maybe open a start-up, the opportunities are endless.
Taxation is really low, which is why, every year, there are many young people who decide to move to Estonia and do business. There is no major sector: anyone in this state can find its size.
If you want to stay in Estonia for less than 90 days, you will not need a visa. Of course, we recommend that you always have a valid identity document (if you come from countries belonging to the EU), and a passport if you came from outside Europe.
Among the positive aspects that must necessarily be mentioned when talking about Estonia, we find :
Low seismic risk : Estonia is one of the safest areas in the world in this respect
Excellent air quality : In Estonia, according to MACC findings, especially in the northern part of the country, the air has almost zero levels of pollution.
Political rights: based on the Freedom House report, this nation has a very high degree of political freedom, combined with transparency from the point of view of government choices and the direct participation of citizens in political life.
Let us now get to the heart of our guide, focusing on which are the major cities in the country and where it is worth living. The most technological country in Europe, is home to some really wonderful cities. Let's start from the capital, Tallinn, home of the major universities and the heart of public transport.
Buying a house in Tallinn is not always affordable for everyone, as we are talking about the most important and developed city in the country (prices start from 90,000 euros). But it is possible to sign lease contracts with a minimum threshold of 400 euros per month. Our readers are always reminded to consider carefully whether to choose a property in the center of the capital or in peripheral areas, especially when transport services (as in this case) are effective, efficient and also economic. Among the other Estonian cities that could be a valid alternative for your transfer, we remember Tartu, Pärnu, Narva and Valga.
What can I say, we hope that our guide has been useful for you ... we wish you a pleasant journey to discover one of the most technological lands in the world!
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